Pegged together: Furniture fuses old and new

05 : 06 : 2012 Furniture : Minimal Harmony : Home Furnishings

Canada – Toronto-based designer Tomas Rojcik has designed a standing lamp and chair set called Peg that combines traditional techniques with modern technology using 3D printed resin, parchment and maple.

Tomas Rojcic, Peg Lamp and Chair, Toronto Tomas Rojcic, Peg Lamp and Chair, Toronto
Tomas Rojcic, Peg Lamp and Chair, Toronto Tomas Rojcic, Peg Lamp and Chair, Toronto

Connecting each of the crafted maple components together with off-white 3D printed resin joints, Rojcik has fused the old with the new and used softened edges and pale hues to create a harmonious aesthetic.

Peg, which has legs that allow the two pieces to be slotted together for use in compact spaces, is a good example of furniture designed with The Future Family in mind. It is also a great example of our Minimal Harmony design direction.

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